CHICAGO - American Municipal Power-Ohio plans to enter the market this month with roughly $150 million in revenue bonds to pay off a note issue that advanced financing of the massive, multi-state $3.7 billion Prairie State Energy Campus Project.

Proceeds from the 35-year, fixed-rate bonds will be used to pay off $120 million in notes that are due April 1. AMP-Ohio used the notes to finance part of its 23.26% ownership stake in the Prairie State coal-fired generation plant, located in southern Illinois.

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